As they do not have licensed specialized software and do not have access to quality education, we will give them a chance to experience the secrets of developing video games and creating cartoon characters, as well as will allow children from remote regions to visit our online lessons and watch their recordings at a convenient time on Moodle platform.
The first level of training starts on November 10 and will include 40 participants. The full course in Game Design is expected to last about 12 months. The best students could go to gaming academies in Sofia and enter one of the fastest growing industries in the world to get a promising and profitable profession.
The training course will be implemented under project CODE. The Project benefits from a 2 300 000 € grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants. The aim of the project CODE is to provide opportunities for quality employment to vulnerable young people in poverty risk.
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